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break, but coming up it's a great meltdown at the british open for the third round leader adam scott, but it did open the door for a surprise winner. stay with us.  >>> welcome back to the washington area nissan dealers sports xtra. >>> the name ernie els was not heard at the british open until today. he was six shots off heading into the final round. adam scott had a pretty comfy four-shot advantage and would have to really self-destruct for els to even have a chance, but that's exactly what happened. we begin with tiger woods. his third shot is out of the bunker coming right back at him, almost hits tiger. if you think that's good, watch his fourth shot. he is virtually laying down outside the bunker, does everything he can just to get the ball out. that would leave tiger with a short putt for double bogey. no, sir, though. he'd get a triple bogey finishes tied for third at 3- under par. how about graeme mcdowell tied for second place. his undoing came at hole 11 this. shot is far left. he has to pull out a search party to find the ball. graham with a disaster 5-
. >> remember scott peterson he >> remember scott peterson he killed his pregnant wife lac [ male announcer ] if you had a dollar for every dollar car insurance companies say they'll save yoby switching, you'd have like, a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you those dollars? a lot of companies might answer "um" or, "no comment." then there's esurance. born online, raised by technology, and majors in efficiency. so whatever they save, you save. hassle, time, paperwork, hair-tearing-out, and yes, especially dollars. esurance. insurance for the modern world. click or call. >> before we move on to scott peterson i hold him in the heist regard ben you get the final word. >> thank you so much geraldo. you have two fine lawyers on your show i will be interested in hearing what they think of this. the message that is sent that if you have a minority young person wearing a hoodie you can shoot him and then you exonerate under the stand your ground law whatever you want to call it it sends a terrible message out. at the end of the day we are part of the justice system. even trayvon martin walki
. the devil you know is better than the devil you. >> remember scott peterson he killed his pregnant wife lac >> before we move on to scott peterson i hold him in the heist regard ben you get the final word. >> thank you so much geraldo. you have two fine lawyers on your show i will be interested in hearing what they think of this. the message that is sent that if you have a minority young person wearing a hoodie you can shoot him and then you exonerate under the stand your ground law whatever you want to call it it sends a terrible message out. at the end of the day we are part of the justice system. even trayvon martin walking in the city in the rain that night if the facts were reversed i think everybody would agree trayvon martin would have been arrested and charged with first degree murder. we have a lot of work to do in our system to make it>> fair enough. thank you very much. >> now to scott peterson his de file he played any role in the disappearance of his pregnant wife stunk worse than the fertilizer he sold for a living. they found her body at the bottom of san francisco bay. >> sc
're watching golf today, here's how it goes. adam scott can, thank you for litting me off the hook, welcome to the club. scott joins as the only man to have a four-shot lead on the open championship and go home without the jug. this one may have been more painful to watch because of the slow bleed that took place. tiger woods began at a five back of mr. scott. nearly impossible shot in the bunker, almost hits him. then it puts tiger on his bum literally. finally gets out of the bunker, but ends up 40 feet away. triple bogey, tiger's hopes dashed. tied for third. that's 17 straight majors without a victory. adam scott was on cruise control. 10 under with a four-shot lead, but then the wheels come off. short par putt and lips out. thi things begin to tighten up. still a two-shot cushion on ernie els. here's the approach. not good for the australian. ernie ellis was doing this on 18 for birdie. els to 7 under with a two under 68. trying to get his first major in over a decade. it would come down to this for scott. scott found a bunker on 18. this is his third shot needs to get up and down from
>> i would like to bring on stage supervisor scott from district a who is going to do all the honors for us. introduce our special guests. our allies. hi, scott. >> happy pride, everyone. happy transpride. we're a lot of times we have different opinions and over the course of a year, sometimes we have different perspectives, disagreements, but this is the time of year when we come together as one community so that we can move forward together. and that includes the entire diversity of the we're community. please always know that i will stand with the transcommunity for employment rights, to end health care discrimination against this community and we are going to move forward together. now i have the great honor of introducing someone who i learned politics and how to be an elected official and that is our great snarkts mark lone. he has -- senator, mark leno. he has taught me many, many things performs one of them is we will always stand with our transbrothers and sisters. it is a great honor to welcome senator mark leno. >> thank you, scott. let's give a great big san fr
the deficiencies in his resume. >> he consulted with general scott. he consulted once he became president with anyone he could about military strategy and about tactics of organization, about logistics. he was a good listener. according to john hayes, his private secretary he started taking books out of the library of congress on military history and military strategy and studying them by midnight oil. he talks about lincoln staying up late, trying to master military strategy. he would listen to anybody and would absorb the information, turn it over in his mind, think about it, study it. he always tried to understand the depth of detail of anything that he was trying to learn about. and so he really underwent a crash course. he was a good observer of what was happening. and he would be able to figure out from the experience of his armies in 1861 and 1862, what they were doing right, what they were doing wrong. he was a good judge of character. for example, over the objections of his own secretary of war, simon cameron in june of 1861, he chose montgomery might goes as quarter master gener
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's attorney jose baez. good evening. it turned trials into television events. we're talking about the scott peterson case. the cass has captivated the nation from christmas eve 2002 when a pregnant lacey peterson disappeared from her home to her husband's conviction. now he's filed an appeal. peterson continues to insist he had nothing to do the murders of lacey and his unborn son conner, although he was cheating on his wife at the time of her disappearance. the appeal was filed yesterday, eight years after peter son was found guilty of murdering his wife and dumping her in the san francisco bay. >> it's my understanding that the jury has arrived at a verdict in this case. is that correct? >> we have, your honor. >> will you hand the verdict to janaye, please. >> we the jury in the above-entitled cause find the defendant guilty of the crime of murder of lacey peterson in violation of penal code section 187-a, count one of the information filed here in, dated november 12th, year 2004, foreperson number six. >> do you agree as to count one? >> we do. >> we, the jury, find murder to be that of
the defendant scott lee peterson guilty of the crime of murder of baby conner peterson in violation of penal code section 187a as alleged in count 2 of the information filed therein dated november 12th, 2004, fore person number six. >> is that the unanimous verdict of the jury with respect to count two of the information? >> it is, your honor. >> we find the degree of murder to be that of the-degree dated november 12, 2004, foreperson number six. >> and mr. fore person, is that the unanimous verdict of the jury with respect to the degree? >> it is, your honor. >> will scott peterson cheat death? our legal panel is here to discuss the case. gentlemen, welcome. >> our pleasure. >> you covered this case as it was happening in realtime. ted, what was your reaction to the verdict? >> i was not shocked by the verdict. i thought there was quite naturally enough evidence there to actually convict. i got to tell you, to be sitting on this stage, eight years later, with bernie graham -- we had dr. michael badden, greta, and also jim hammer, we all relived this case eight years ago, and now to revisit
.com/booktv. >> bernice king. who is seeded scott big-league? >> coretta scott king was the wife of martin luther king jr.. my mother. so be it is my ananut. they grew up in alabama together and later became a drama percentage and she founded the drama society at state university in pennsylvania. so she is a lively woman and unfortunately passed last year in june. completing the after completing this book. >> this book is "desert rose: the life and legacy of coretta scott king" and the author is your aunt. when did she write this book? >> it was a journey that began with my mother's request in 1966 to write her story. at that time both of my parents were constantly being frightened and my mother didn't know it. she was concerned that her story would be told and she would not be lost and when did people to know that she was not just the wife of martin luther king jr. but she played a vital role in the movement. after this before she met martin king and from that angle as well as one thing to tell stories of women in the movement because you don't hear a lot about the women in the civil-rights movement. 66
. meteorologist leigh glaser up next with her workweek forecast. >> rick: come coming up in sports, adam. scott tries to avoid a [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: dinner...is...served. tonight, take it easy and enjoy your favorite soup, salad and hot, hearty sub. like the toasty big hot pastrami melt. get to your local subway for some dinnertime deliciousness tonight. subway. eat fresh. >> alan: a bay area assemblywoman convict of shoplifting plans to run for office in alameda county. mary hayashi filed papers to run for the supervisor seat. she is on probation after pleading no contest to shoplifting from the anymore man marcus snore union city. >>> the highway patrol arrested two men who officers believe took part in a chase where someone fired at officers in oakland. the officer escaped unharmed after someone shot out the back window of his patrol car. it began when the officer tried to stop the driver of a white van for not wearing a seatbelt. a black acura then rear-ended the chp car and shot at the officer. >> we don't have a motive. we believe that the acura passengers
in recent history. the case of scott peterson. they made made-for-tv movies about this case. this morning, a big new development. there could be a round two in this story. >>> we have all had heated political discussions over the dinner table with our families. for brad pitt, those fights are going public. his mother coming out against president obama and gay marriage. she's not mincing words. directly challenging a lot of what her son is championing. it's a fascinating story you're going to want to see coming up. >> he cannot be too pleased by these developments. >>> first, this morning, just as we're running out of ways to say it's hot. just as normally mind-blowing maps like this one have become blaring reminders of the plaz i -- blazingly obvious. the end is now in sight. now, we have new problems, including this -- violent storms and rising food prices, of all things. ginger zee, who has been on this story for eight days straight. she's in central park. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, dan. the other thing we keep doing is getting bigger thermometers as the days
breath in my arms. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: and this is a special western edition. good evening. in the west, thousands of v fled their homes. in the east, millions are without electricity. rarely do we see the power of fire and wind over so much of the nation at once. the wind came in hurricane force announced friday night across the mid-atlantic by lightning that some describe as artillery barrage. 22 people were killed over the weekend, mostly by trees uprooted in 80 miles an hour winds. more than two million homes and businesses are still without power. marcia mcleod and her great granddaughter mikaila milton found refuge in a red cross center in virginia. in the west, emmanuel and his daughter grace have no home to return to. the wildfire in colorado leveled their neighborhood. firefighters are still working to surround those flames. we have several correspondents on these stories and we will go first to anna werner near colorado springs. >> reporter: fire managers say this wildfire burned more than 1,500 degre
sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. most everyone who saw james holmes in court on monday wondered about his mental state or whether he was medicated. he looked like he didn't know he was there. he wasn't following the conversation, and when the judge asked hem a question, holmes' lawyer jumped in before he could speak. well, tonight, we have learned that holmes was in fact under the care of a psychiatrist before he allegedly opened fire on the audience in a movie theater in colorado, killing 12 and wounding 43. anna werner has the late-breaking details at the arapahoe county jail where holmes is held in solitary confinement tonight. >> reporter: a motion filed by joms' public defender reveals he was under the care of psychiatrist lynne fenton. dr. fenton is the medical director of student mental health services. holmes was a graduate student at the school. earlier this week, school officials said students were monitored by mental health specialists. >> the faculty and program leadership meet on a regular basis to discuss how the stu
someday. >> that some day is now here for scott welch. >> i'm going, swim your race, swim your race, swim your race. >> reporter: among the biggest upsets in the u.s. swimming olympic trials was welch's 200 meter breaststroke. >> scott welch has moved ahead of the pack. >> in the final 20 meters welch turned it on and found his way from six place to first. >> i was yelling and saying he's going to win, he's going to wing and he did. it was probably one of the most exciting races i have seen him swim. >> exciting and nerve-racking for his mom rhonda. >> when he touched the wall first, i came unglueded. i mean i was in tears, i was crying. the lady behind me went and got me a margarita to calm me down. >> reporter: but this moment almost didn't happen. >> he didn't know what he wanted to do, so he was just treading water so to speak. he was selling cars. >> but scott wasn't meant to sell cars, he was meant to swim. >> he said it's what i know best. >> at uc davis, scott was breaking records and winning medal after medal. the school is not known for its swimming program. >> he had a good coa
they host the padres. still to come, the celebrity golf tournament in lake tahoe. and great scott he was not as adam scott [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: dinner...is...served. tonight, take it easy and enjoy your favorite soup, salad and hot, hearty sub. like the toasty big hot pastrami melt. get to your local subway for some dinnertime deliciousness tonight. subway. eat fresh. adam scott was on the verge of winning his first major. golf can be oh so cruel. scott's name was ready to be engraved, that's how close he was. a bunker on six and you can say tiger was brought to his knees, literally. he finally gets it out, but gets a triple bogey 7. tiger finished tied for third four shots back. the long putter failed him down the stretch. his par putt and meanwhile ernie els finished his round of 68 with this long birdie. that put him in the clubhouse at seven under. look at the crowd's reaction. they could hear the roar on 17 where he found the deep rough with the second shot. he gets it on to the green, but he would make his third straight bogey dropping him into a
in lake tahoe. and great scott he was not as adam scott >>> with a four-stroke lead, adam scott was on the verge of winning his first major. golf can be oh so cruel. scott's name was ready to be engraved, that's how close he was. a bunker on six and you can say tiger was brought to his knees, literally. he finally gets it out, but gets a triple bogey 7. tiger finished tied for third four shots back. the long putter failed him down the stretch. his par putt and meanwhile ernie els finished his round of 68 with this long birdie. that put him in the clubhouse at seven under. look at the crowd's reaction. they could hear the roar on 17 where he found the deep rough with the second shot. he gets it on to the green, but he would make his third straight bogey dropping him into a tie with els. he gives himself a chance with this great shot. scott needed the par putt to force a playoff. but he misses by that much of the he had four straight bogies in the day. els wins his fourth major championship and first in 10 years. it was a subdued victory for the south african who felt bad for his
-game sweep of the yankees. the a's and giants are going to sweeps today, and at the british open, adam scott has >> with four holes to go at the british open adam scott had a four stroke lead and then it slipped away. tiger's chances came to an end with a triple bogey on six. check out this. he finally dot get it out. wound up three-putting the hole. wound up three shots back. scott's long putter failed hem down the stretch. 42-year-old ernie els finished his round at 68 with this long birdie. that put him in the clubhouse at 7 under. look at the crowd's reaction. scott could hear the roar on 17 where he found the deep rough. he would make his third straight bogey, dropping him into a tie with els. now on 18, after a shot to the bunker, gives hitch a chance with this great shot. he needed this par putt to force a playoff but, no. scott had four straight bogeys to end the day. so els wins his fourth major championship, his first in ten years. he was a subdued victory speech for els who felt bad for his friend adam scott. >> i'm not, obviously -- say i won this golf tournament but i feel for m
. there will be a bowl ban and severe scholarship reductions. adam scott made 10 in a row at the open championship. a four-shot lead -- and he took a run. warming up with the putter. you can't practice with championship nerves. his second attempt -- tiger at 73, tied for third. scott was 9 under. 15, bogey. 16th, for par. it's getting uncomfortable. ernie els -- he is making a move. 18th hole. a guy who supposedly can't putt -- he is at minus seven. scott, his approach shot, and he'd say he was most disappointed. another bogey, falling to -7, tied with els. par, and a playoff. there you go. a gut-shot, frustration. els with his fourth career major and serves as an example, keep plugging away. please stay with us.one more check of the forecast after >> a more typical summer week coming up. we are not coming to extremes. humidity, thunderstorms -- at the end of the week. >> that is 11 news at 6:00. we'll see you back here at >> this is a wbal editorial from dan jarress. >> from the new olympic center to wimbledon, there will be 17 nights of coverage, that can bee seen at wbal tv 11, from the opening
sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. if you go to the official website for the city of scranton, pennsylvania, you will find this boast: "the future is here." well, city workers hope not because their pay has just been slashed to minimum wage. scranton is just one of many cities struggling to recover from the great recession. american cities have seen their revenues decline for five straight years. 72% of them are making personnel cuts. it's a problem most everywhere so we have reports from east coast to west. first, elaine quijano in scranton. elaine? >> well, scott, when public union workers opened their paychecks here last friday they were shocked to see just how small those checks were. now they're wondering what's next for them and their city. ate scott, it has been a fight here certainly a difficult time for the city of scranton. the unions, in fact, are suing the mayor here, chris doherty and the city, in order to stop the pay cuts. as you've said, they are now getting minimum wage, some 400 public union workers. that is $7
, adam scott in great shape to win his first major in stead he'll be linked to as the only other player to blow a 4 shot lead in final round of the british open tiger began five back. he's never 1 when trailing after 54 holes. it took him two shots to get that of a bunker and in three but shoots a 73 and tied for third. adam scott with a 4 shot lead but he bogeyed 15, and bogeyed 16, and that open the door for ernie els he sinks the birdie putt on 18. els had four birdies on the back nine. skype second shot least of his third straight bogey put some in a tie for the lead on 18, hitting his tee shot in the bunker scott recovers gets the third shot close for park to force the playoff. scott had four bogeys, bodie's the final for holes and ernie els wednesday open championship for his fourth career major. >>> i had a lot of support this week you guys must ask yourselves will you just be nice to me or what? >>> sure i am very disappointed, i felt like i played well this week and had a great chance. >>> @ lake tahoe charles barkley never get into politics final round up of celebrity golf in
. rick scott of florida and terry branstad of iowa. and talk to karl rove the so-called architect of two presidential victories and joe trippi who redefined running for president in the internet age. and the obama attacks on mitt romney's time at bain effective . we'll ask the latest panel. all right now on "fox news sunday". and hello again from "fox news sunday" in washington. from the changing of welfare reform and implementing the new health care law there is concern in key states where the 2012 presidential election could be determined . joining us now is two governors from two influential state. scott scott in florida and terry branstad. there is a set of new possible waivers by the federal government of work requirementsurped welfare reform . this would apire on the surface to be simply a case of the states getting more flexibility in how they administer the work requirements for receiving welfare benefits. governor scott, how do you see the waivers. some people say it is going to gut the law. >> unfortunately it is a huge step in the wrong direction . i was governor along with to
comment from her. the university said it can't comment because of the ongoing gag order. scott. >> pelley: anne awe know dr. fenton's a psychiatrist, but does she have a spocial? >> reporter: the university won't say, scott, whether she has a specialty, but we do know she's been given grants in the past to study constituencies sc. >> pelley: 11 of the wounded are still in the hospital tonight. five of of them are in critical condition. now to the economy. we learned today that it is slowing down. the government reported a weak growth rate in the second quarter of just 1.5%. that is down from 2% in the first quarter. here's one reason it matters-- in the first quarter, the economy was creating, on average, 226,000 jobs a month, but by spring, that had plunged to 75,000 jobs a month, and that isn't nearly enough to bring down the unemployment rate. what's gone wrong? rebecca jarvis says have a look at spending by consumers. >> reporter: consumer spending grew by just 1.5% this spring, the weakest in a year, and not nearly enough to jump start growth and create jobs. economist diane swank: >
they are proposing. i'm of the opinion that the changes being proposed by my good friends in the goodlatte-scott amendment would fracture an already fragile industry consensus and delay our ability to move forward with these necessary reforms. for that reason, i must respectfully of course oppose the amendment and encourage all of my colleagues to do the same. with that, i yield back the balance of my time. i recognize the ranking member to strike the last word. >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> recognized for five minutes. >> i move to strike the last word. you know, i have been working on this for two and a half years. and you know, i have probably been around this place too long because i have been through the wars on the whole herd buyout and all this other stuff that we've done over the years, and while my good friends, mr. goodlatte and mr. scott i think are doing this with the right -- they're doing what they think is right, this is a recipe for disaster. because, you know, the history of what we've been through in the past. we went through as the chairman said, the worst situation in '09 th
day to catch up with adam scott. a great leader board. some great golf today. this is a hole in one. the only hole in one of the tournament so far. tiger woods for a birdie. chasing his fourth british title. tiger what buries its. he finishes the day - 6. your leader is the man that has been playing so steady, adam scott. he stays at par here to remain at -11. scott again, at this time on 18. a big shot here was some momentum. he misses the birdie shot. scott will wake up tomorrow at - 11. potentially 18 holes away from his first major championship. to celebrity golf. this is alfonzo. he is from "the fresh prince of bel-air." there he is with the dance. old school. this is also a birdie on 15 as well. mark, former mvp, he is a leader heading into the final round tomorrow. finished up the july trip to paris. doing everything short of drinking that champagne on a bike. the 19th stage trial needed to keep the jersey. wigans crushed the field winning the trial by more than a minute. he goes into the final state by a 3 minute one. we' >> we get to deal with a little more rain. tonight is
. elaine? >> well, scott, when public union workers opened their paychecks here last friday they were shocked to see just how small those checks were. now they're wondering what's next for them and their city. ate scott, it has been a fight here certainly a difficult time for the city of scranton. the unions, in fact, are suing the mayor here, chris doherty and the city, in order to stop the pay cuts. as you've said, they are now getting minimum wage, some 400 public union workers. that is $7.25 an hour. we talked to one worker here today who has been with the department of public works for some 26 years, and here now is his story. robert has worked for scranton's department of public works for 26 years. he made $19 an hour. but last week his salary, along with nearly 400 other public workers, was cut to minimum wage. $7.25 an hour. >> i own a house in the city. two children. a wife. we have car payments. we have house payments. we have utility bills. we have to pay them all. it won't be easy to do on this kind of money. >> reporter: scranton faces a $16 million budget gap. the mayor
evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. gunfire took down three more people last night in chicago. homicides in america's third- largest city are up 38% this year. almost all of them casualties in the gang war. but the victims are not all gang members. innocent children are being shot. monday mayor rahm emanuel said this: >> you got two gang-bangers, one standing next to a kid. get away from that kid. take your stuff to the alley. don't touch the children of the city of chicago. don't get near them. >> pelley: the gangs didn't get the message. last night three children were shot-- a 12-year-old girl, a 14- year-old boy and 13-year-old tishona poke. she was shot in a leg in a city park. crime is down in chicago in all categories except this surge in homicides. what's driving the violence? we asked dean reynolds to help us find out. >> almost all of the violence we're seeing now is from the gangs. >> reporter: sergeant matt little leads one of the teams in chicago's gang enforcement unit. there are about 200 such officers in the city versus 100,000 gang members. >> when t
captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, the theater behind me was packed early this morning with people who had come to experience a big antasy. but it was soon interrupted by a -lif-life plot so diabolical few could have imagined it. just a short time ago, authorities began removing the bodies of those killed in the massacre, as the investigation onntinues. people have been coming here all day, waiting for word of their loved ones. mame of these images were captured by the "denver post." here's what we know: 71 people were shot at the midnight premier of the new batman movie. at least 12 are dead. many of the wounded are in critical condition this evening. 24-year-old james eagan holmes is under arrest. ste police say that he booby trapped his apartment before heading to the theater to carry out the attack. we have a team of correspondents orvering this rapidly developing loory, including the biggest mystery of all, the motive. first we'll t
. he is still in the thick of things. adam scott, this is a bomb of his own. he had another solid day. he is your leader at 11 under par, four shots ahead and this next guy, graham mcdough, who always seems to be around the top of major championship leader boards. a three under 67. leaves him four back of scott heading into tomorrow's final round. >> redskins training camp is less than a week away, next thursday, the media, however, very ready. today the redskins pr department held the first ever media bowl at a redskins new bubble. it was the tv versus the radio in print. tv won 20-18. check out the action. >> you ready? let's go. ♪ [ music ] off the wall is coming up and we are talking about unwritten rules in baseball. >> i'm going to write a book about the unwritten rules. >> plus, can you miss a major championship for the birth of your child? >> that's an easy answer to that one. >> coming up next on off the wall. >> you're going to get me in trouble. [ male announcer ] where did all the obama ststimulus money go? friends, donors, campaign supporters, special interest gr
-- revolution will spin the future. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. james holmes heard charges today that could cost him his life if he is convicted in the colorado theatre massacre. prosecutors presented well over 100 charges in court today. 12 counts of premeditated murder. one for each of the people who died. and 12 counts of murder with extreme indifference to human life, again one for each of the dead. those charges carry the death penalty. holmes is also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder. two counts for each of the people prosecutors say were injured, two counts each because the prosecutors haven't decided which law they will use at trial. some victims and some relative-- relatives were in the courtroom in centennial colorado and so was john blackstone. john, what did you see? >> scott, well, james holmes still has orange hair and he looked as if he hasn't shaved since he was arrested. but in court today he showed no emotion. and he stared up at the ceiling. he often opened his eyes very wide for no apparent reason. but he never made
. stutsman, no. >> mr. gibbs? >> no. >> mr. gibbs no. mr. austin scott? >> no. >> mr. austin scott, no. >> mr. tipton? mr. tipton, no. >> mr. sutherland, no. >> mr. crawford, no. >> mr. crawford, no. [ inaudible ] mr. gibson? >> mr. gibson, no. >> mr. hol green, no. >> mr. hol green no. >> mr. schilling? >> no. >> mr. ribbel? no. mr. peterson, mr. peterson, no. >> mr. holden? no. >> mr. holden, no. >> mr. mcintyre? >> no. >> mr. bosswell, yes. >> mr. bosswell, yes. >> mr. baca. >> yes. >> mr. baca, yes. mr. cardoza. >> yes. >> mr. cardoza, yes. >> mr. david scott, yes. >> mr. david scott, yes. mr. kwaar, yes. >> mr. costa? >> yes. >> mr. costa, yes. mr. wallace? >> yes. >> mr. wallace, yes. mr. schrader? >> no. >> mr. schrader no. >> mr. kissel? >> yes. >> mr. kissel, yes. >> mr. owens? >> mr. owens no. mrs. pingry? >> yes. >> mr. pingry, yes. >> mr. courtney? >> yes. >> mr. courtney, yes. >> miss fudge? >> yes. >> miss fudge, yes. >> mr. sublime. >> yes. >> mr. sublime, yes. >> miss sewell? >> yes. >> miss sewell, yes. >> mr. nagbower? >> no. >> mr. nagbower, no. mr. chairman? >> no. >> mr.
for keeping campaign. >> i admire what rick scott is doing. scott walker went in a fire storm and came out. >> and plus, politics that go beyond dirt. >> hands off our bodies. twisting candidates words and going after their families and beliefs. >> when the opponents came after jim and me and our children we went woah what have we gotten into. >> how they dealt attacks. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] >> thank you, thank you very much. and welcome to huckabee, from the fox news studios in new york city. president obama appears to be willing to play chicken with congress because he is raising taxes on people he decide are too stinking rich . trouble is, even the washington post hardly a conservative tool and fed chairman ben bernanke are warning of the consequences of what is accurately termed tax maged con. the bush tax cuts and the affect of the huge tax increase that is associate wide obama care temperature will arrive on december 31st, 2012. if congress doesn't act tax magedon will not adequately describe nothing short of an economic pock -- apocalips. there wil
to chip reid in washington, d.c. chip? >> reporter: well, good evening, scott. the ferocious storm that caused this damage is known as a deracho, that's spanish for straight ahead. that's what this storm did-- moved straight ahead as it carved a 600-mile path of destruction. in less than ten thundershowers storm raced from indiana to washington, d.c. winds at times approached 100 miles an hour. toppling too many trees to count trees that took down thousands of power lines, leaving more than three million people in the dark. 90 minutes before the storm hit the washington area, the national weather service forecast severe thunderstorms with significant wind damage. even so, many were caught by surprise. >> what is that? >> reporter: in lake ridge, virginia, witnesses reported fire in the sky. the weather services katie garrett says even the experts were impressed by how fast the derecho moved. they're common in the midwest but about once every four years one makes its all the way to the east coast propelled by powerful jet stream winds. >> what happens is you have a wall of wind esse
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